Schwabach


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Schwabach

(shvä`bäkh), city (1994 pop. 37,307), Bavaria, S Germany. Manufactures include wire, needles, chemicals, and processed foods. Schwabach was chartered in the late 14th cent. It passed to Prussia in 1791 and to Bavaria in 1806. Noteworthy buildings include the late Gothic church (1469–95), which contains carvings by Veit Stoss and a tabernacle by Adam Kraft, and the city hall (1528). The Articles of Schwabach, drawn up in the city in 1529, were used in drafting (1530) the Augsburg Confession of the Lutheran faith. The Articles emphasized differences between Luther and Zwingli, and therefore many cities in S Germany refused to take part in the Augsburg discussions.
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25% KOH, followed by sieving through 75 microns, drying at 130[degrees]C for 2 hrs in an oven (Memmert 854 Schwabach, Schwabach, Germany), ashing in a muffle furnace (GALLENKAMP, Model FSL 340-0100, London, U.
Schwabach includes (not always smoothly) encounters with or references to "Northern Yanks;" the Peace Society and Copperheads; the history of North Georgia Indian mounds; details about how slaves spied for the Union army; and battlefield hospital tools and techniques, among other things.
The polymerization reaction was allowed to proceed at 45[degrees]C in a water bath (WBU 45 Memmert, Schwabach, West Germany) under a nitrogen gas atmosphere for 30 min with stirring at 250 rpm The resulting polymer was dehydrated with methanol, cut into small pieces of half a centimeter in diameter, dried in a vacuum oven (Hotpack, USA) for 24 h to a constant weight, and then milled.
One of the steaks was vacuum packed in a polyethylene bag and boiled in a water bath (WB 29, Memmert, Schwabach, Germany) at 82[degrees]C for 45 min to calculate boiling loss percentage.
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35) Aaron Schwabach, Kosovo Virtual War and International Law, 15 LAW AND LITERATURE 1, 11 (2003).
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ReportID=42724&SelectRegion=Iraq_Crisis&Select Country=IRAQ See also Aaron Schwabach, Ecocide and Genocide in Iraq: International Law, the Marsh Arabs, and Environmental Damage in Non-International Conflicts, 15 COLO.
amp; POL'Y 481, 481-82 (1994); Aaron Schwabach, Ecocide and Genocide in Iraq: International Law, the Marsh Arabs, and Environmental Damage in Non-International Conflicts, 15 COLO.